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Second Empire

by Second Empire

A sound as epic and full of grandeur as the period which was the Second Empire! The music will lead the listener on a journey into the next generation of female-fronted melodic metal with its driving beats and powerful vocals!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Everlasting
4:41 album only
2. Hold Me ('til We're Both Dead)
6:05 album only
3. Paradox Nightmare
7:57 album only
4. Sorrow My Savior
4:58 album only
5. The Valley Beneath
4:53 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Formed in the summer of 2011 by vocalist Alex Lindsay Roth, guitarist Bret Stark, and bassist Anthony Elliott, the Pittsburgh based symphonic metal act is taking no prisoners in their conquest. After winning the first ever Pittsburgh Rock Challenge in January of 2012, the band then embarked on a short tour of the north eastern United States, solidifying its already budding fan base.

In September 2012, the band received its biggest opportunity yet in opening for one of the most prestigious bands in the symphonic metal scene, Kamelot. Also joining the band in September of that year was drummer Matt Kastner, further raising the bar for the band's already established members.

"Our biggest goal, in Second Empire, is to help people discover some of the bands that have preceded us in the genre," says Kastner. "We would love nothing more than to see people embrace the symphonic metal community in North America the way they have in Europe."

The band is constantly collaborating on new music and bringing it to life in the recording studio and on stage. Although every song is so different from the last, their sound is cohesive and distinctive. The band continues to connect with fans around the world because they believe that once you hear symphonic metal, you will be conquered.



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